Middletown Board of Education Offices 311 Hunting Hill Ave, Middletown, CT06457 Central offices for the Middletown Board of Education are located in the Dr. Alfred B. Tychsen administration building.…More The city's top education officials work here, including the superintendent, the associate superintendent for teaching and learning, the district's business manager and its directors of pupil services and special education, technology, facilities and adult education.
Moody is applying a $500,000 grant over the next five years to improve and enhance literacy instruction with the aim…More of developing a district-wide model for improving students' reading, speaking and writing skills. Another program strives to improve student achievement by strengthening school and family partnerships. Moody also has a program recognizing students who display academic skills, social skills, individual growth, kindness and respect for rules. Moody school has a jazz band and a basketball team.</p>
<p>About 30 percent of the student body at Moody are members of a minority group; about 20 percent qualify for free- or reduced-price lunches. The school is named for Charles Van Buren, who was born in 1885 and lived on Randolph Road. He served as superintendent of the Middletown and Portland school districts from the mid-1920s until his retirement in 1954.</p>